Hyundai has been in talks with the union since October on production of the Kona, which it hopes will reverse a U.S. sales slump.
Mahindra is a major tractor manufacturer and has been building EVs for years.
Does any of this sound familiar?
Hyundai and its business partner are at loggerheads over cheap Chinese parts.
Dieselgate investigators stumble upon this.
The U.S. goods trade deficit with South Korea has more than doubled since the U.S.-Korea free trade pact known as KORUS took effect in 2012.
Seoul to Pusan in 20 minutes, as opposed to three hours.
Small electric SUV is planned for next year.
The US-market version will have a few changes.
Country's rule necessitating 10-hour maximum charging time may be eliminated next year.
Regulators around the world question oversight over emissions-testing policies that failed to stop 11 million VW diesels from being programmed to rig the system.
The purchase is the largest ever overseas deal by a South Korean company.
Every automaker wants in on the crossover segment.
The details, of course, remain vague.
South Korean regulators will probe other diesel-vehicle importers for potential violations.
And you thought hearing the difference between Bolt and Volt was confusing in the States.
Is it real? Who knows, but maybe.
This might be what the Hyundai Intrado turns into.